Yes Nvidia is finally supporting G-sync through HDMI with a driver update later this year for VRR TV's and monitors. Read Here https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/news/lg-gsync-compatible-hdmi-big-screen-gaming/
What are the chances of the samsung 2018-2019 VRR TV's working with this. I'm asking because i have the 2018 Q8FN which supports VRR. Would it be possible for you guys to release a firmware update to help make this work properly like LG is doing?
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Just tested the pendulum demo and its not working in that :( cant even tick gsync box in it.
Maybe its just harder to notice when frame capping... really dont know anymore >_<
Late reply but yes. Set Both Vsyny and G-Sync to on in control panel and set off in game. This will enable the graphics card to handle all the refresh rate information.
Dosent work on a 2018 Q65FN. If you didint checkmark "Enable settings for the selected display model" you will not activate Gsync on the TV even if you have the Gsync option "On" in the nvidia control panel. In your nvidia control panel, go to the top tab that says Display and toggle "Gsync Compatible Indicator". If it dosent appear in game, youre not playing with gsync on.
I've got a RTX 3090 and a Q90R, anybody know if it really needs to be on HDMI 1 or should I stick with HDMI 4? I've kept it on 4 since that port was supposedly HDMI 2.1 compatible in some way.